Wolves are reportedly amongst a collection of clubs keen to snap up Barnsley goalkeeper Adam Davies if he becomes a free agent. The Tykes secured an immediate return to the Championship this season, thanks in part to the form of Welshman Davies, who kept a club-record 21 clean sheets during their promotion run in League One.
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The 26-year-old was named the club’s Player of the Season but could be on the way out of Oakwell, with his current contract due to expire at the end of June. Barnsley might struggle to keep Davies, with Stoke, Birmingham, Hull, Bristol City, Brentford and Wolves all thought to be keen on prising the custodian away from South Yorkshire.
Wolves have Rui Patricio firmly entrenched as their first choice but might be on the lookout for a new back-up if John Ruddy decides he does not want to spend another season as back-up. Whether Ruddy stays or not, Davies might think twice about a move to Molineux given how his game time would be limited at the Premier League outfit.
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